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#beginquote# No, that would be a tonic triad. (Tonic means first, triad means three; therefore a tonic triad would be a three note chord of a I,III,IV structure.) The three primary triads of a scale are those built off the tonic, subdominant and dominant degrees (that's I, IV and V) of that scale. For example: In the C major scale, the three primary triads are C Major, F Major and G Major. Note that these are the only major triads that can be played on only white keys. Alex - Year 12 #endquote#
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